George C. Lamb Regulatory Fellows
Lamb-FellowsThe Kenan Institute for Ethics at Duke University, in collaboration with Duke’s Trinity College of Arts and Sciences and the Fuqua School of Business, hosts outstanding scholars of regulatory governance as part of the George C. Lamb, Jr. Fellowship. The Fellow works with the Rethinking Regulation Program at the Kenan Institute for Ethics, a multi-disciplinary community comprised of faculty members and graduate/professional students from many academic departments and professional schools at Duke, UNC-Chapel Hill, and North Carolina State University. The group’s members study and assess the design and performance of regulatory systems, and “regulation in action” – the evolving politics, operations, and culture of regulatory institutions, their interactions with regulated businesses and other interest groups, and normative frameworks for the evaluation of regulatory policy.
In addition to pursuing their own research, Lamb Fellows participate in Rethinking Regulation seminars and workshops, Kenan Institute for Ethics workshops, and shape a significant collaborative research project along with other members of the Rethinking Regulation community. As part of that collaboration, the Fellow teaches a course in the Kenan Institute for Ethics and either Duke University’s Trinity College of Arts and Sciences or Duke’s Fuqua School of Business. Fellows can come from any relevant academic discipline, including political science, public policy/administration, history, economics, sociology, cognitive psychology, anthropology, business management, law, environmental studies, risk analysis, and engineering.
In the 2017-2018 academic year, the Kenan Institute for Ethics will host a Postdoctoral Fellow.
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